|RINGING IN THE CHANGES Telecom’s zonal charging policies Report from the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Expenditure||1|
|RINGING IN THE CHANGES Telecom's zonal charging policies Report from the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Expenditure||3|
|TABLE OF CONTENTS||9|
|LIST OF RECOMMENDATIONS||13|
|CHAPTER 1 THE SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES OF THE INQUIRY||21|
|CHAPTER 2 TELECOM'S CHARGING POLICIES IN CAPITAL AND PROVINCIAL CITY AREAS||26|
|CHAPTER 3 POPULATION GROWTH SINCE THE EXISTING ZONES WERE ESTABLISHED||44|
|CHAPTER 4 THE ADEQUACY AND SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF TELECOM'S RESPONSE||66|
|CHAPTER 5 APPROPRIATE ACTION TO AMELIORATE ADVERSE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES||82|
|APPENDIX I CONDUCT OF INQUIRY||148|
|APPENDIX II INQUIRY INTO TELECOM'S ZONAL CHARGING POLICIES||152|
|APPENDIX III INDEX OF SUBMISSIONS TELECOM'S ZONAL CHARGING POLICIES||156|
|APPENDIX IV Maps of Population Growth in Local Government Areas: 1966-1981||163|
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| title=Ringing in the changes-Telecom's zonal charging policies
| section=xvii, 142 pages : maps ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 226 of 1984
| publisher=Australian Government Publishing Service
| access-date=16 April 2021
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